CDU Resources & Services
A computer lab and student common area are available for Indigenous students studying at the Casuarina campus. You will find both in Blue 2, level 1.20 in the Indigenous Support Services area.
CDU study resources:
- Library workshops calendar
- Academic Language and Learning Success Program (ALLSP)
- Study Skills
- Learnline Guides
CDU support services:
Higher Education Pathways
At CDU, there is a study pathway for everyone.
As CDU is a dual-sector university, we offer both Vocational Education and Training (VET) courses and Higher Education courses including undergraduate, postgraduate and research degrees. CDU also offers short courses and enabling courses to get you back into the swing of studying if it’s been a while.
CDU has Enabling Courses for students who don’t meet the standard course entry requirements or would just like a refresher about what it’s like to study at Uni today.
We offer a free Tertiary Enabling Program (TEP) or Preparation for Tertiary Success (PTS) for Indigenous students. With TEP or PTS, you’ll have the opportunity to develop the skills, knowledge, and confidence you’ll need to succeed at university.
Explore our course and student types, admission requirements and pathways to study so you can apply with confidence.